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  • Making Tough Calls, Part One of Two: Don't Go Changing

    What’s best for your organization is not always what’s easiest for you, the leader. Instead of making difficult changes, we often put them off or avoid them all together. One...

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  • Make Meetings Meaningful

    Meetings can be a real drag. Leaders love progress, some people really like to talk and big ideas often get missed. The success of meetings can either make or break an organization....

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  • Leading Through Change, Part Two of Two: Bite-Size Change

    Last time, in Part One, we looked at a couple of keys to creating a culture that's receptive—even excited—about change. Step one: make changes frequently. And step two: do it now, before...

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  • Leading Through Change, Part One of Two

    An anecdote from the world of human resources: A factory in the small southern Illinois town of Dupo was a local landmark. It had been in operation for 92 years....

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  • Lead Yourself Well

    You desire to be the best leader you can be so you can maximize your influence and success. It’s in every leader’s heart to do this. The reality, though, is...

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  • From NEXT to the Studio

    Why and How We Changed How People Take Next Steps at North Point Many great ideas eventually become like old couches. You know…that old couch in your grandmother’s living room...

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  • Deep & Wide: Chapter 1

    Deep & Wide provides church leaders with an in-depth look into North Point Community Church and its strategy for creating churches unchurched people absolutely LOVE to attend. Andy writes, “Our...

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  • A Starting Point for Seekers

    There are spiritually curious people within driving distance of every local church—people with questions, or regrets, or a hunch that there must be something more to life. But the local...

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  • 6 Questions Every Leader Should Ask

    When it comes to being a great leader, the questions you ask are as important as the answers you give. Your questions reveal what you value and reinforce what you...

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